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Updated over a week ago's sub-workspace structure system enables creating a tree-shaped structure of channels and customers that mimics the field organization.

Workspaces with Sub Workspaces

The establishment of the sub-workspace framework is orchestrated by a designated Super Admin.

This individual is appointed by the owner of the overarching workspace.

The Super Admin possesses the capability to generate a sub-workspace from any existing workspace within their purview.

Furthermore, the Super Admin has the option to self-nominate for the role of Super Administrator within the newly created sub-workspace.

Key parameters for defining a sub-workspace include:

- Name

- Owner (via email)

- Number of users

- Optional: Country

- Ability to create sub-workspaces


Content within a sub-workspace encompasses digital twins and flows that can be inherited across hierarchical levels.

The nature of this content is reflective, rendering the creator and subsequent levels as viewers in a read-only mode. Authorization, however, empowers users to generate content within the sub-workspaces.

Remote support calls can be initiated in two ways:

Invitation via device ID, applicable organization-wide.

Invitation from the user's list, feasible at the user's current level or one level below. For instance, a user within the main company can view users in levels #1 and #2 only, whereas a user in level #2 can observe users in levels #2 and #3, connected to their organization.

VTR (Virtual Team Room) functionality extends invitations organization-wide through the use of a unique room number.

The branding identity is cascaded down through the hierarchical levels, ensuring a consistent brand image across the entire workspace structure.

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